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february. one lucky person in indiana won $435 million. the all time record was $1.6 billion. billion. a new study shows oakland police treat white drivers with more respect then black driver's. a candidate decided to live among the homeless. his demands to the city. finding love in the dating age. we'll look at the online world of relationships. ionships. if you are a material girl or boy listen up, especially if you are graduating college. some of the top gifts this year for graduates are crash and gift cards, right. don't give me a pen. >> slip me crash or a card.
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>> cash is king. >> i found an very a typical gift that some final expects say parents give to their children. offer to match your graduates contribution to a roth ira say for five years, right. encourage them to become a responsible responsible -- and fie announced financial. >> the best thing is to get a job. >> we'll talk about the time of year we are in. we'll take you to a big fbi operation taking place this week off the water in alameda. >> it's special training that focuses on the navel station. >> we are there to explain what
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will happen during the next two days of operation seasick. >>reporter: the training exercise just got underway. the opd, fire, and officials are taking part in the two day training. what you see going on here, this is all assimilation. this truck is suppose to represent a bad guy that pulled up on in a truck with a chemical weapon. they have the orange smoke going off as part of that training scenario. the people lying on the ground are people acting. this is part of a training exercise. the point is to have the fbi, coast guard, and local agencies practice how they will react and respond and work together
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if there was some type of weapon of mass dis -- distrusion scenario. they wanted to do this training at an area like to port because it presents unique challenges. >> you look at some of the ships that are 10 to 20-foot tall. how do you get a team onboard? how do you get fire crews onboard. if we had to evacuate a city how do we do that? >>reporter: again, what you are looking at live is the beginning of a two day training involving the fbi and local agencies. this truck is suppose to be part of the training scenario.
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they are pretending the person drove a truck with a chemical chemical weapon on board. the ships where we are are the setting for the scenario. they are practicing for this situation. it's unfolding right now and they have actors lying on the ground pretending to be injured. this is some thing the fbi has been planning for for the previous six months. it's been a long time coming. there is no threat. they would like to be prepared and be able to respond and prepare for the unthinkable should it happen. >> we are live in alameda. today's weather won't be very june like. >> i usually don't say this but you better get good sleep tonight. you know what's coming tomorrow. >> this is june. >>reporter: i know it's june but we have rain on the way tomorrow. not just drizzle.
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it looks good for many. today we have the low clouds and some sun. it will carry us into sunday and maybe monday. a very wintry feel, if you will. it could be december. it's cold, windy, and gray. there it is if you are in richmond it's pretty gray. you can see the pattern is a cool one here into the next few days. 60s cost and bay. 70s inland. most locations will drop off 10 degrees. there is our system getting closer. no rain yet. it's inching closer. it will swing in here by late tonight into tomorrow morning. the rain began to move in right there. eventually it will fizzle out. we might make it to san jose.
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cloud cover will still linger along with cool temperatures. how much rain, well, if you are north of the golden gate it's pretty decent. hard to believe. if you go camping as many people do i will advise mountain conditions could change quickly. 32 in travis. 70 in travis. that will change. 60s, 70s, and near 80s. after tomorrow no more 80s for a while. >> steve, thank you. i like it. i'm not used to it but i'm okay with it. we would like to go to a report we brought you yesterday. oakland police treat black drivers with less respect then white drivers. they looked a camera video.
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they broke down several hundred thousand words and phrases in their interactions with drivers to come up with their findings. when the motorist was black police were judged to be less respectful, less formal, and less partial. for more on this i'm happy to be joined from dr. jennifer. you worked with stanford researchers on this. >> we feel this is a opportunity. it's an opportunity to learn. our relationship with stanford and this information is a opportunity. >> were you disappointed? >> we always want to be great. opportunities like this allow us to see where we need
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additional training and provide the level officer vis that the citizens of oakland deserve. >>reporter: we are looking at some thing that happened three years ago. were you surprised by the findings or expected from that time in opd. >> i don't believe you expect it. you never know how officers interact with the community. i believe they believe they are interacting professional. when you see data like this you see you need to do additional training and make some correctal options. >> doctor you broke down to the word the officers used. good afternoon sir, good afternoon man versees hey, my man. can you keep your hands on the wheel. talk about those two things. >> initially we had people look at and read the words that
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officers were saying and like you said they were judging those words to be, you know, less respectful. less impartial and less friendly when those words were directed at black motorist compared to white motorist. the differences were suddenly but a lot of the small differences added up to a significant racial disparity across the board and how officers were communicating with black verses white community members. >> is it too far of a jump to say this is racial profiling or bias? >> i think it is. we can show there is a disparity in language use. we are not sure what the source of that disparity is. it could be do to a lot of things. there are a lot of police community disputes across the
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country. it could be do to anticipated tension in interaction. it could be due to stereotype threat the officers are feeling. that shows up in language. so, that's what we were able to pick up here. >> did you study look at what the officers were getting. what i as a motorist is giving to the officer. >> we looked at that some what. when people weighted the officers speech they looked at the context of what the community member said before the officer said what he said or she said. so we know that and we also know that these racial disparities were apair -- appearing before and after the incident before the community member was able to say much.
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the differences were suddenly. we are not sure if the officers are aware they are speaking differently. the differences added up and however we looked at the data they were there. they accounted for things like the race of the officer, location of stop, outcome of stop. no matter what we controlled for we saw differences appear. >> i know opd has a fairly new police chief now and part of the reason she was brought in was the change the culture. how does what the study found tell you about building a narrative in each oakland household whether opd is there for me or to be avoided. >> when the chief came one of her goals was to make us the best police department in the country and studies like this help us reach that goal. we want to be professional and
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interact in a professional way. we are the only police department in the country examining this type of data in order to improve. the citizens deserve high quality policing. that's what the chief is asking us to do. we used this study to improve. that's the way we built trust. talk about our expectations. our officers we believe are [captioner has not been admitted to chat event; if there open to that. everyone is trained in the concept of procedural justice. we know we'll give stanford additional data. we would like to continue to learn. >> okay, i'd love to have you both back. thank you for joining us for this important study. >> okay, thank you. president trump announces his nomination for the head of the fbi. what we know about the man he
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picked to replace james comey. choosing to live among the homeless to bring attention to the problem. who are these people? the energy conscious people among us say small actions can add up to something... humongous. a little thing here. a little thing there. starts to feel like a badge maybe millions can wear. who are all these caretakers, advocates too? turns out, it's californians it's me and it's you. don't stop now, it's easy to add to the routine. join energy upgrade california and do your thing.
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here we are essentially flat. we are looking at the nasdaq right now. it's up by 12 points. san francisco trama recovery center helps victims of violent crimes and their families. >> the center is a national model helping people in several california cities. >> joining us live in the studio is the director dr. alicia. thank you for coming in. >> thank you. >> i would like to read to our
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viewers a quote i found of a woman describing the center. this is a place i can come and sit without the horror of being judged. what separates the center? >> the trama recovery center provides a lot officer advices. we do outreach in the community. we look for survivors of violent crimes. we do home visits for people if they are too afraud to -- afraid to come and meet with us. we provide mental health services and we also file police reports and retraining orders and accompany people to appointments. >> because they are victims of violent crimes can they get any sort of help sometimes. >> that's an important point. when people are in the throws of post-traumatic stress disorder they are avoidant and
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shutdown. we have a model of care that focuses on giving people hope and the pathway to healing. >> would you agree that any time someone is a victim of a violent crime is the guy behind bars and if the guy is caught behind bars it's all okay. >> absolutely. the realty of it is that violent crime has a devastating effect on individuals that ripples into the community. it does take a long time for people to recover unless they get timely, effective treatment. >> have you had someone who recovered so well they decided they would like to help other people of violent crimes? people you helped that in turn help others. >> we have a bureau of those
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who would like to give back and go into the community and speak about the impact of violence. >> what about i'm a parent that loses a child to a violent crime and they go into a deep  depression. if that depression or trama isn't treated what's the impact on that individual and community? >> the impact is huge as you mentioned. it not only affects the individual but families and ripples out into the community. people may lose their jobs and basically be unable to get out of bed in the morning. people can cycle into bankruptcy. people may have a difficult time fully engaging in every aspect of their lives. >> how do you take the model into their lives. >> five cities in ohio,
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michigan, and illinois will create a number of them over the next year. this is an effort that a lot of people have been involved in. i think a day doesn't go by when we are not bombarded with the images of violence. >> we often wonder if the perpetrator is caught. if they are not caught, this is a safe place. that person couldn't come back. they have security i image and it's pretty tight there. >> we do have security there. a lot of time peoples become afraud to leave their home we do home visits and part of what we do is work on them being able to leave their homes and be part of the community again. >> earlier you mentioned ptsd but it's post-traumatic growth. >> yes, that's a term we use. there is so much of a focus on post-traumatic stress disorder.
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we believe with effective treatment there is hope and people can move onto a place of post-traumatic growth. >> doctor, thank you for joining us this morning. >> thank you for all you do. >> thank you.
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this morning president announced who he would like to be the direct to have of the fbi. he nominated christopher a. wray. he's an attorney in private practice. he was new jersey governor christie lawyer for the bridge trial. lawmakers would like to ask comey if he would the president asked him to back off investigating flynn.
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a few san francisco taverns for interested customers to watch comey's testimony. we'll have complete coverage of comey's testimony. watch on morning on 2 starting at 4:00 a.m. if you would like to see the complete testimony head to our website or app. now to the warriors in the chance for another title. golden state is looking to carryover the domination in the first two games. the teamworked out yesterday at quicken loan arena. they hope to extend the longest play off winning strike. 14 and counting. they beat the cavaliers in the next few games. the warrior's will be the first to go 16-0. tip-off for game
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three 6:00 our time. game four friday night our time. sports anchor joe will give live coverage from cleveland. if necessary game five will be at oracle on monday. >> i hope it's not necessary. they are also opening an new store in san francisco. the grand opening is at the top of the next hour on market street. they opened a similar store at the complex last year. the new store futures pla off merchandise. >> why do we say it's necessary. why mention that game. >> we don't want to jinks it. >> why even talk about game five. >> i like to have all of the information. >> he hit 40% of his baskets.
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>> he said i had eight turnovers he said if that would have happened in cleveland i would have lost. >> they are aware. >> i error on if side of caution. >> there is so many ways to watch and support them hear at home. there will be a big party at civic center plaza. >> i'm with you. i believe mike is playing with fire here. >> yes, he's ruining it. >> just win game three. >> they look great but they also looked great for the first two games last season to. >> yes. >> i don't want to count my chickens before they hatch. take them one game at a time. if you wouldn't like to watch the game with a few thousand friends take a look here. they are putting up the the
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jumbotrom. fans will fill up the civic center. you can see thousands of people packing in the plaza. everyone wanted to catch the game with a few thousand friends. this is a alcohol free event. the city encourages people to take public transportation. you can image getting in and out of hear with all of the fans might be a pain. let's head to video we have of the arena. tickets are $20 a piece. they will host again on friday night from oracle arena. part of the funds go to the warrior's community foundation. the money is going to a good cause. watch the game there with a bunch of people. it will be packed again, don't forget tip-off tonight at 6:00. the doves will be back at oracle on monday for game five
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if needed. that's as far as i'll go. they will be back at oracle on monday if needed. they won't commit to it. >> i still don't know why we are talking about it. let's move on. >> you know, what the warriors don't want to talk about it either. you don't think they are thinking about it? >> i think they are thinking about not having the title in their hand. you can't think about that. >> right. when someone asked him did you have the 16-0 circled. he said we aren't circling anything. he said focus on the prize. coming up, this is a difficult story to see and hear. it's this one. the video tape here of a florida woman who allowed a snake to bite her 1-year-old girl. she did it on purpose to teach
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the girl a lesson. >> i don't get it. her family is defending her actions. we'll talk about charges she might face. online dating might be a new norm when it comes to finding love. how to find your match in this digital age. ement making. we see what makes you unique. so we have something for everyone, at a price that's just right for you. maxx you. maxx life. t.j.maxx
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two are facing charges in the warehouse fire. there are questions if the prosecutor should go after the building owner. micheal said she could be criminally liable if the case because she was an absentee landlord. >> she owns the building. she might not know what's going on.
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how about if you didn't know you should have known. >> the building manager will be arraigned tomorrow in an alameda courtroom. his defense team will hold a meeting on friday. the other defendant is max harris who was the doorman on the night of the fire were 36 people were killed. he's currently jailed in southern california. he will be transferred to a jail in the bay area this week. you can see the news conference by derrick's defense team scheduled for 11:30 in the morning. that's on friday at webb online. there are 2700 homeless people living in oakland. that's more than two years ago. >> the director of the beautification council and oakland mayor candidate started operation homeless strike.
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he's been eating, sleep, with the homeless at camps in east oakland. >> he said he will do this once they declare the homeless crisis a state of emergency. joining us from the emcampment area is the man himself. ken, good morning to you. >> good morning, good morning. where are you guys at. i would like you to feel this. i'm good. i'm good. >> do you think oakland is a destination for homeless these days? >> it is and has been. it's known. it's known it's a destination for homeless from all over. the tailors to the people who live-in the cars. it's just getting bigger and bigger and no one really understands it. yes, it is. it's a destination. >> what do you want the city to do.
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what would the homeless emergency destination declarance do? >> to truly feel what's happening in the streets you have to feel it. you have officials that are making decisions behind disk -- desks. you have officials that are making decisions from a distance. how can you hell help -- help someone and you don't know what you are fighting. being out here for two days this is beyond what the city can fix. this is the county. this is a state problem. >>reporter: i would like to break in here. you ran for mayor. if you were mayor right now would you be out their living with these people? how would you as it mayor change this situation? >> yes, if i was a mayor, councilmember, i would be out
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with the people. how can you be out here representing them if you aren't out here. >> let me stop you right there. hold on for a second. the city has other needs. >> you would be out living with these people but what about the other problems the mayor has to do. i'm not putting up a fight. don't they have other communities to represent other than homeless people. >> i hear you. what's one day? what's two days out of your time? you take a weekend off? aren't you a representative that represent the people? aren't you a public servant? what's two days? you can't go to disneyland. you can go to the park and take your children on a walk. why not stand-in the shoes of the people you represent. i'm going to ask you that
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question? you talk about the mayor. she proposed an $10 million plan for the navigation centers like in san francisco. do you support those navigation style buildings for transition? >> when it did it turn to 10 million it was 250,000. was she forced to do that? this is beyond the city. the city can't fix this any longer. they will being reactive now. you need county and state. this is a state of an emergency. jerry brown needs to step-in on this. >> if i give you a blank check how do you fix the homelessness problem? >> you have to identify things. stabilize. that's why i call this operation stabilize. you have women and children without water. we are crapping in buckets.
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i'm using the bathroom in a bucket just like them. we need bathrooms. you need to stabilize the community you represent. in 30 seconds i would itemize and bullet point four things. i would get bathrooms, water, where do they take baths and showers at? give them vouchers to take a shower. if you are injured what is the ambulance come out and do? they stabilize you. get you fixed up before they take you to the hospital to get you cured and find out the ailment orb injury or injury is. >> ken houston we'll have to leave you here. you are very passionate about the issue. we'll check back in with you and see how it goes. thank you for joining us live this morning ken.
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>> thank you, ken. uber is taking action after complaints of sexual harassment, bullying, and unprofessional behavior. 20 employees were fired after an investigation of an outside law firm. most were from employees based in the companies san francisco head quarters. they have an hotline for employees. >> you don't have an organize turning themself around because they fired people because they got in trouble but you must enact change. that's a long term process. >> they are also improving their hr department. the initial investigation started in february after a former employee alleged in a personal blog she was sexually
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harassed and experienced gender bias at her time with the company. investigators say a woman allowed her young child to be bitten by a snake. the mother said she wanted to be teach her child a less lesso . >> the sheriff's department released the video yesterday. the woman reaches inside a plastic container. inside is the rat snack. the grandmother said she did the same thing to her young daughter. >> she's dumb for putting it on facebook for these morons. i don't regret her doing it either. we brought her kids up the same way. >> it's not a good idea.
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there are teachable moments you can have with a child. that didn't seem like a good one. >> authorities say the child wasn't hurt. you hear the child crying here. it's up to the florida state attorney if charges will be filed. should the mother in the story face criminal charges. take a peak at the poll resorts. 82% say yes. 18% say no. the snake bite lesson is just wrong. what's next letting them play on the freeway to experience getting hit by a car? >> this one saids most people have done worse off-camera, did you see the snake? it's so tiny. >> shawn said yes, prosecutor, image what other stupid thing the child might endure. >> it's rarely that i agree with a tweet.
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he writes how stupid and cruel you must be to allow an infant to suffer as a tool. what must the child endure. >> you hear laughter. >> you film it. i can't even. >> it's one thing to grow up around snakes. they laugh about it. >> it's torturous. >> i appreciate you sharing your response. coming up, some thing else we are talking about a lot of weddings and dating happening. according to eharmony 40% of americans use the internet to find love. >> 53% of people lie on their profile usually about their height, age, or weight and income. >> to help navigate your online love we are joined by the a relationship expert.
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welcome back. >> back in '96 there was a film called swingers. mikey meets a girl and they exchange numbers the old fashion way and he goes home and leaves a massage on the answering machine. 10 seconds later he calls back again. point of my story it's like texting. how do people determine, i haven't been in the dating scene in a long time. when should you connect with a person. >> we connect straightaway because we are always on our phone. communication and connection is online and so fast pace. we content with more people than we have before.
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>> what are the rules? >> there are no rules. this is why i've written a book. you can fight over this copy. we must empower individuals to workout what's right or wrong for them. when that go out into the online world that's part of the difficulty of it. how do you chose what to write. a lot of it comes down to the sense of security within yourself and understanding boundaries. are you engaging in some thing more sexuals. blocking out things society might tell you. >> a lot of people say my profile online would be i'm 510 knot 5'10", 120 pounds.
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i would put the biggest shine. i see no shame in maybe not exaggerating but polishing up what you are online. >> you need to show your best qualities. dating has been around long enough that we know someones profile photo has been altered and the right angle. if you are choicing your profile try to chose photos that might say some thing about you. some thing interesting. i like to travel. >> you are an outdoory person. >> you can start a conversation. >> what about meeting in a bar. is that still a viable option? >> i believe it is. i say this a lot to people. if you would like to meet people in the old fashion sense put your phone away and be open to a conversation.
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you are texting and tweeting. you can have conversations and take the phone away and have a conversation. comment on what they are drinking and wearing. start banter instead of connecting online instead of having a random conversation with a stranger. >> there are sights that purposely make you engage in some amount of conversation before you reveal each others profile photos. what do you think about that. a blind series of interactions. we would like to see what we are talking to. we are down to one-tenth of a second with our attention span. that's why it's important if you match with someone and say their pro -- profile photo looks interesting go and talk to them on the phone. it's about transferring that to every day real world.
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is there some thing i would like to explore farther. not creating the false relationships were you feel like you are dating someone with your iphone. >> i went on one blind date. >> how did it go? >> i march mar -- married her. we had that connection. >> go and meet them. meet them in a safe space. >> i love it. dr. nicky i appreciate your time. we'll be back after the break.
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who are these people? the energy conscious people among us say small actions can add up to something... humongous. a little thing here. a little thing there. starts to feel like a badge maybe millions can wear. who are all these caretakers, advocates too? turns out, it's californians it's me and it's you. don't stop now, it's easy to add to the routine. join energy upgrade california
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and do your thing.
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zoe is stepping behind the camera for her movie band-aid. >> this is a last stitch effort for a couple to fix their relationship. they turn their fights into songs. ♪ [ music ] >> the movie opens in the bay area on friday. we have zoey here with us. >> good morning, thank you for having me. >> congratulations on your directorial debut. did you have the urge to start directing? >> i could written futures there the past. it looks like the next logical
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step. i like telling people what to do. >> or see the vision of the movie you would like to make. >> tell us about the story, husband and wife fighting. that's unusual. i never heard of that. >> i know, well, you know, so many couples fight, obviously. few are willing to share even with their friends because they are afraid of being judged. >> yeah, my husband is perfect. >> it's like putting out the most perfect image of yourself. it was fun to crack that open and it was so universal. everyone does fight except you and your wife. >> right. >> to make light of it in someways and dig into it in others. to fight through music. >> do you think this would help couples. if i take my wife and see they fight too. >> there is relief.
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when it boils down we all have the same fight. >> it is, i was watching the same tailor. >> it boils down to dishes. >> you made a point of having an all female crew. on the heels of the wonder woman movie why did you go all female on the crew? >> being an actress in front of the camera and writing and producing behind the camera i've seen it under representation. i wanted to create opportunities for women in departments were there are rarely given those opportunities. >> instead of best boy you have best girl. >> do you think it would have been different. >> i do. i think there was such a district energy with the women making this thing together because it was the first time
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being done. there was an excitement onset everyday. there was an inat amentcy. >> you played the music while you taped it. >> what do you want couple to say afterward? >> they are excited and again sort of relieved to say, that's us and we are not alone in this
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and laugh about it and talk about some of the issues we were afraid to talk about. it's fun but fun for a conversation. >> was there anything you learned or found out wow, this was different than i thought it would be. some thing you learned about this. >> you know, it exceeded my expectations. i had so much fun. >> awesome. the bay area looks forward to your debut. thank you for joining us. >> thank you for having me. >> we'll be right back. >> this isn't one of them for us.
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the count-down is on for the music festival at san francisco's golden state park. [ cheering and applause ] lause ] >> some of the bands that will take the stage is lorde, m -- and the who. it runs august 11th through the 13th. we posted a full list of the acts that will take the stage with ticket information. look for our web links. >> i have it right here. >> saturday is looking good. vance joy, david brothers.
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>> i think if you went on a sunday it will fun. two dozen horses will are back home after escaping from a home. the wrangler caught up with them at a dog park. police and park rangers are investigating how the gate was open. he's quick on the draw and light on his feet. ♪ [ music ] >> video of this police officer is going viral. he busted a move on the dance floor. he was at the cuban american festival. the l.a.p.d. said who knew motor officers
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could dance like this. >> pure roots will headline the main teenage of this years san francisco pride. >> this show left us a lot to think about. online dating and long time marriage. >> snakes biting children. i'm still getting feedback about the video and the her hand gets bitten. >> see you tomorrow on the nine. [ birds chirping ] [ inhales, exhales ] [ announcer ] cigarettes are not just dangerous when they're smoked. [ rat squeaking ] they're dangerous long after. cigarette butts are toxic.
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